Rapsody has been on a roll for the last few weeks, treating fans to new records like “Fire” and “Mad.” Now she's back with "2 AM" featuring TDE wordsmith Ab-Soul. Both artists show off their lyrical prowess, flexing in their respected verses. Over the Khrysis and 9th Wonder-produced beat, which boast crisp drums and soulful melodies, Rapsody and Soulo represent.

"I couldn't count on you yesterday nigga, where you was?/Everybody ain't family just because they call you cuz/I know a few used to beens and some that never was/And I ain't have to grow up in streets, I know it well enough," raps the Roc Nation signee. Rapsody shines throughout the song, chipping in three verses that will make hip-hop fans' hearts flutter.

Ab-Soul shows off why he's one of the best lyricist in the game. "I tried to tell Lowgod, everybody got talent it's just what you do with it that matters/That's coming from one who in acquiring skills saw his words would eventually cut deeper than Skilsaws/See music is the king of all professions, that's partially/Cause even at crossroads it can bring Bone-Thugz-N-Harmony," he raps.

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